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Ever been to one of those murder-mystery dinner theaters? That's roughly the experience of watching "Whodunnit?" an especially brain-numbing ABC summer reality show, which assembles 13 contestants to…
Robert Fuest, a director of horror and suspense films including Vincent Price starrers "The Abominable Dr. Phibes" and "Dr. Phibes Rises Again" as well as "The Last Days of Man on Earth," all cult…
Gothic horror is alive and kicking in "Wax Mask," a luridly entertaining return to the style of Britain's Hammer productions of the '60s, replete with the requisite ingredients of death…
Dr Phibes, that bizarre evil genius of The Abominable Dr. phibes, is back with all his old diabolic devilry for another excusion into musical camp fantasy.
Return of the Fly was conceived and executed as a sequel to The Fly in order to cash in on the latter's reputation as a grosser. With justice, it will be unfavorably compared with the first, which…
Champagne for Caesar centers its lampooning on bigtime soap companies and the quiz shows that hand out money freely to contestants. Ronald Colman plays an intellectual, a sort of walking…
There are no Freudian angles cluttering up The Web's melodrama. Picture presents a crook who kills because he wants money and power and not because of some psycho-quirk springing from a past incident.
Long Night is a sullen brooding film [based on a pre-war French film] about vet of World War II who goes on killing spree when his girl takes up with another guy. There's some good, challenging…
Stripped of the horror angles of its forerunner, The Invisible Man Returns is a fantastic tale of the impossible - but unfolded in such a manner that it maintains interest throughout despite its…
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